New York Times, Thursday, April 12, 2007

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 93 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cleans up : DUSTS
6. Feminine name ending : ETTA
10. Zodiac symbol : BULL
14. Two cents : INPUT
15. David ___, Cole Porter biographer : EWEN
16. Solo piece : ARIA
17. Scoping out : EYEBALLING
19. Channel with the show "Closing Bell" : CNBC
20. Fee for tugboat services : TOWAGE
21. Mrs. Addams, to Gomez : TISH
23. Scrapes (out) : EKES
24. Like some shoes : ORTHOPEDIC
30. Rubbed raw : RED
31. Glasgow negatives : NAES
32. Prince Valiant's wife : ALETA
33. City 15 miles SE of Rome : UTICA
35. Pricey wheels : ROLLS
36. Popular cable network ... or a hint to 17-, 24-, 47- and 56-Across : COMEDYCENTRAL
40. "Now it ___ told" : CANBE
41. Departments : AREAS
42. Actor/brother Sean or Mackenzie : ASTIN
43. The witches in "Macbeth," e.g. : TRIO
44. Edwards, e.g.: Abbr. : AFB
47. They're shown by open ovals : WHOLENOTES
49. Org. with an amicus brief in Brown v. Board of Education : ACLU
50. Modern locale of ancient Persepolis : IRAN
51. Fouled up : HASHED
53. Pitcher Gagné : ERIC
56. Severe punishment for a priest : DEFROCKING
59. ___ Pahlavi, former shah : REZA
60. Neighbor of Hi and Lois : IRMA
61. Worked up : TENSE
62. Jump with a twist : AXEL
63. Paralegal, for one: Abbr. : ASST
64. Beat (out) : EDGED
1. The less you see of this person the better : DIETER
2. Free, in a way : UNYOKE
3. Like lava : SPEWED
4. Tornado clouds : TUBAS
5. One way to go to a party : STAG
6. It may be smoked : EEL
7. ___-night doubleheader : TWI
8. Decimal divisions : TENTHS
9. Hospital procedure, for short : ANGIO
10. Single-minded people? : BACHELORS
11. Spigot holder : URN
12. Ad add-on : LIB
13. ___ du Flambeau, Wis. : LAC
18. Russian writer Andreyev : LEONID
22. Mississippi town in "In the Heat of the Night" : SPARTA
25. A bit dirty : RACY
26. Carrier of leaves for a dining table? : TEACART
27. Paris's Place ___ Concorde : DELA
28. "___ never fly!" : ITLL
29. ___ in Charlie : CAS
33. Kind of cord : UMBILICAL
34. Target MTV viewer : TEENER
36. Some bills : CASH
37. Aware of : ONTO
38. Lake Indian : ERIE
39. Kansas' ___ River : NEOSHO
40. Harsh cry : CAW
43. Copier needs : TONERS
44. Sore : ACHING
45. Strip off, as skin : FLENSE
46. Moved a bit : BUDGED
48. Gymnast Comaneci : NADIA
49. Set a price of : ASKED
52. ___ de naissance (French birth certificate) : ACTE
53. Tom Seaver's 2.86, e.g. : ERA
54. Mardi Gras figure : REX
55. Suffix with capital : IZE
57. Most NPR stations : FMS
58. No-goodnik : RAT

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